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By , 27 December, 2010, 2 Comments

Kevin Kobasic (Stalwart #34) created a beautiful piece of art for “AMV #40 The Three Benches”. I’m really blown away.

The Stalwarts website will be open very shortly. Subscribers will need to register first (and once) and then be approved to visit the site.

There are subscribed members now in the United States, Canada, China, Holland, Australia and the UK. Almost everyone has chosen the six month subscription ($77.76) but there’s a month to month plan of $12.96 and a 3 month plan of $38.88. There’s a download-only option of $45 for the entire six months.

Payment can be sent via Paypal to my email (sphurley@yahoo.com). Other forms of payment can be worked out. The CDs will be shipped at the beginning of each month. The first CD “AMV#40 – The Three Benches” will be shipped to arrive during the first week of January, 2011.

The Christmas Skater replays on XM today

By , 24 December, 2010, 4 Comments

ChristmasSkater“The Christmas Skater” will be airing on XM 202 Sirius 197 on Christmas Day. Not sure exactly the time.

It recounts Sherwin’s yearly tradition of skating down the Lemon River and the little adventure from his past that has made the tradition so profound.

If you missed it, you can listen or download here:
[audio: http://www.atomsmotion.com/uploads/christmas.mp3]
Quicktime or Download (right click and “save as”)

And it’s for sale too: “The Christmas Skater” is only $5, has 6 songs, including “The Christmas La La Song”, “I Christmas Thee” and four other new songs.

Buy with Credit Card Here.

Buy with Paypal Here.

If you’re interested in hearing more stories and music from Sherwin’s world, consider Propecia reviewsto “Atoms, Motion & the Void”. An all new 6 part story series starts in January.

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By , 19 December, 2010, No Comment

A number of people who can’t afford to pay for an AMV subscription have asked if there’s any other way they can join. Yes! If you have web skills, are an artist, or musician or have something you want to trade, that would be fine with me.

Also, I’ll also be offering a few honorary memberships to those who just can’t pay.

So if you want to trade or if you can’t afford it, please write me at sherwinsleeves @ yahoo dot com and we’ll figure something out.

There are subscribed members now in the United States, Canada, China, Holland, Australia and the UK. Almost everyone has chosen the six month subscription ($77.76) but there’s a month to month plan of $12.96 and a 3 month plan of $38.88. There’s a download-only option of $45 for the entire six months.

Subscription includes full access to the private “Stalwarts” website where the stories will be available for download, as well as regular new content.

Payment can be sent via Paypal to my email (sphurley@yahoo.com). Other forms of payment can be worked out. The CDs will be shipped at the beginning of each month. The first CD “AMV#40 – The Three Benches” will be shipped to arrive during the first week of January, 2011.

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By , 5 December, 2010, 1 Comment

The new CD is called “Tourniquets & Windmills” and it features 34 tracks – about 19 new songs and then 15 of the more popular songs from “Mighty Horse” and “Peas Hode”. And of course the Christmas La La song. I thought it would be good if there was a cheaper way to get mostly everything.

Link to iTunes

If you want a real, actual CD, you can purchase here for $8. NOTE: Only 20 tracks are listed on the Kunaki website, but there are 34 tracks on the album (Kunaki will only show the first 20 track names for some reason).

If you want to buy the CD for $8 via Paypal, click here.

If you want a signed CD, send $12 to sphurley (at) yahoo (dot) com and I’ll send you a signed copy. 🙂

Track Listing:

1 The Appendix Song
2 Bajeebee!
3 Tourniquets & Windmills
4 The Christmas La La Song
5 Pennystock Chaser
6 Molly’s Cupcakes
7 The Big A Song
8 Hurricane Earl Douglas
9 Mighty Horse
10 Peas Hode!
11 The Battle of the Beards
12 Doctor Steve’s Theme
13 Ron Sleeves
14 Special Delivery Theme Song
15 Speedwagon
16 Bunsen
17 It Takes a Rube
18 Struck By Nothing
19 Rocka-Hula Luao
20 The Toast
21 Comet McDonald
22 Lay Thy Head Down
23 Lifted
24 Fez of the Flies
25 11 to 3 – A Ron & Fez Rejoiner
26 Dave Chappelle Twitter Song
27 Polly’s Pancakes Twitter Song
28 Sheepy’s Twitter Song
29 John Hughes Twitter Song
30 Fezzies Secret Twitter Song
31 The Mick’s Metaphor
32 The Jay Mohr Song
33 Radio War!
34 The Man Who Cried Sheepy

Ronnie B in the House

By , 4 December, 2010, 6 Comments

Before the show last night my friend (and director of the play) John Herman told me that we’d probably only have a few people in the audience. I knew my friend, Rick Ganley from NHPR was coming and my Uncle Mike and Aunt Beth, so that was fine. It’s kind of a relief to have 10 or 15 people. So I set up the stage, got dressed, drank tea, and paced around a bit.

The show starts at 8. Before the show, Barbara Newton goes on-stage to welcome everyone, tell them about the Ring, and reminds everyone to turn off their cell phones. This time, she also let everyone know that we had “some people who came all the way from New York City”.

That was a clue I guess. I thought maybe some Ron & Fez fans had made the trip. So I go hobbling onto the stage and start doing my thing and my mind is almost completely erased when I see Ronnie B, Mrs. B, and HTG sitting in the front row. I can’t really express how strangely difficult it was to have my brain suddenly full of questions, and then sort of shocked to emptiness, while having to perform. I don’t think I’ve ever so clearly expressed “multiple experience” – but it was like my mind broke into 3 or 4 pieces and each piece was simultaneously going down different paths. One piece was acting. One piece was trying to CSI the evidence (I found it hard to really believe they’d come), etc.

At the end of the play, I kind of wait in the wings and give my thanks to everyone who’s trekked out to see the show. I hug my Uncle and Aunt, who I haven’t seen in a while. Hang with Rick – he’s a big Ron & Fez fan and he’d introduced himself to Ron at the intermission.

And then Ron and Deb and Mrs. B come out and we embrace and they are very kind and expansive and down to earth.

And I’m completely moved by their presence. I don’t exactly know why. But that he came out all this way to see me…it’s very moving to me. And I feel this great sense of thanks, which directs itself I don’t know where. Just outwardly. Not in any kind of euphoric way. I just feel peaceful, like this was the right path to go walking down.

Update: Here’s Ron’s review of the play from the show of December 6th (this is mostly for my parents):

[audio: http://atomsmotion.com/uploads/ronreviewsplay.mp3]
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Thanks to John Herman for the photos!!